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Flypaper Creme Anglaise Texture
Explore #14 on November 18th
Love this hardy plant as its branches turn red in winter, It is easily grown from cuttings.
Red door and a white stucco wall in a Dublin laneway.
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scarlet red and bokeh too...
great contrast on black....View On Black
Another moment from sidewalk
Thanks a lot my friends :-)
Great Smokey Mountains National Park
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Falu Red paint is the name for red dye produced in and around Falun. It is well known for it´s use on wooden cottages and barn.
The oldest traces that have been found of red paint originated from the 1500s.
During the 1600s, the red-colored timber is a sign of wealth, and the model was red brick buildings in central Europe.
During the 1800s the red color That broke through More generally in rural areas. Before That, the houses are generally unpainted.
It's the iron oxide from the Falun Coppermine that gives the red color,
The recipes in Falu red paint are many.
One of them is water, wheat / rye flour and linseed oil and added red dye.
Texture : LenaBem Anna, paint: Topaz Impressions.
A little red barn outside of Woodburn Oregon.
The clouds are taken from a painting in the National Gallery.
This Red Squirrel is so focussed on a hazelnut that it's oblivious to the illuminations behind!
rote Johannisbeeren eignen sich gut für Schnaps oder für Marmelade, auch gemischt mit anderen Früchten
Red sunset in the valley of Toran
Rojo atardecer en el Valle del Toran
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A striking red door in an ivy-covered house in south Dublin. It's not my house, but if it were I would be a bit freaked by that covering . Ivy is said to be very bad for brickwork, causing cracks and leaks. Pretty to look at, but dangerous for the house.
People welcome the new year with fireworks and party.
This was taken at the Pond in Reykjavik.
Happy New Year 2014.
Hlif at the Pond, Tjörnin in Reykjavik
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A natural expression
of Beauty Defined.
Fills out the scene
Calm at the surface
with flowering trees
Earth, Sky, Water
and patches of Fire
line the path.